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-- this is a vigil being held. lorraine blanco is there working the story. we'll have a live report for new just a few minutes. >>> joe biden met with law enforcement leaders this morning in washington, d.c. to launch a new task force aimed at reducing gun violence in the wake of the connecticut school shooting. president obama announced the school force. biden is charged with crafting concrete proposals. biden is due to have a report back to the president in january. >>> attorney general eric holder will be meeting with first responders and law enforcement officials tomorrow in newtown. holder is expected to held there after meeting with the vice president. he's being asked to come up with recommendations on gun laws. >> we have 20 children trying to point us the way. if we don't follow their lead, we've failed them and their deaths are in vein. >> six more funerals are set to be held today for some of the 26 students and teachers killed during the -- during the sandy hook elementary school massacre. >>> a woman is in critical condition this noontime after being hit by a car near oakland's lake
is moving well as you make your way to the mcarthur maze. >>> lorraine blanco is live with a power outage and any details with that, good morning lorraine. >> reporter: you can see there is no power in this neighborhood and pg&e is hard at work trying to restore power to as many customers as they can. a few hundred customers are without power off the 580 east in oakland and they say the power started as they crashed into a power pole right there. let's look at what we saw when we got closer to that crash. the driver of the nissan altima was going left when she crashed. she kept going yet crashed into another vehicle. she spun out, hit that power pole splashed it in half and knocked out power to 6,000 customers. that driver left the scene and police are looking for her this morning. pg&e will try to get power to a couple hundred customers in the next 30 minutes so it will be just a few dozen without power but those people will be without power until the late morning hours so it is going to be a very dark morning for many customers this morning at least 40 customers for the next five or six
. >>> workers heading back to work could face a tricky commute. lorraine blanco is live at the bay bridge toll plaza with more on that. >> reporter: the rain has been spotty throughout the morning and we are here at the bay bridge toll plaza san right now traffic is moving rather smoothly at this point on the bay bridge. here is what it looked like on the san mateo bridge just a few minutes ago and the rain is moving quickly, you may see it for a while and suddenly it disappears. chp tells us there have been several traffic accidents overnight. the roadways are slick from this morning and as you head back to work, give yourself some extra time. remember to give yourself some extra time and remember to use extra caution this morning as you go back on your morning commute. lorraine blanco ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> at least three deaths are being blamed on weather sweeping through the south. it knocked out power to more than 3,000 people. and blizzard warnings are in effect from oklahoma to arkansas and this is oklahoma where the roads are filled with ice and snow. it is blamed for a 21 ca
causing a nearby fire to also go up in flames. and ktvu channel 2 reporter lorraine blanco is there with more information on who was injured and video of the huge flames. lorraine. >> reporter: good morning. investigators are looking for the person who started that fire and they are also looking for the person who stole that vehicle. you can see behind me the amount of wreckage left here this morning. we also notice there are security cameras out here. police will be checking that out. firefighters arrived just after midnight to find the car fully engulfed. they called it two alarms just after 1:00 a.m. here. there was one person inside the building during that fire. >> it was a security guard that was inside. our crews brought hem out. he was treated for smoke inhalation and transported to an area hospital. >> all right so we are looking at video. lorraine blanco down at that huge fire. just amazing video down there. and we'll have more on that throughout the morning. >>> also happening now two mile stretch of i-5 near the oregon border still closed after a series of crash
's lorraine blanco where officials reopened a school that suffered serious damage from the heavy rain. >> reporter: you are right. white hill middle school will reopen tomorrow, that decision was made here and as soon as we returned -- and students will return with quite a few changes. >> reporter: a crew spent the day and tonight power washing floors and windows and ripping out carpets. the weekend storm clogged a culvert pushing rain water and debris dine the school in fairfax. teachers in four classrooms packed up, their students will share other rooms or have classes in the library. >> i am worried about the kids adapting. >> the classes are already crowded. >> reporter: they are? >> with the construction, they have a bunch of students in small buildings. they have to share classrooms now. >> the school has been under construction since the summer. workers are building new 7th and 8th grade wings and a new music complex. the four damaged classrooms will take two months to repair. lorraine blanco, ktvu channel 2 news. >> the road washed out by the weekend storm will remain closed
the area where the fire got started. the fire is under investigation. in oakland, lorraine blanco, ktvu channel 2 news. >> oakland fire investigators ask that if you know anything about this fire to give them a call on the tip line. the number you see on the screen. >>> new at noon, the mayor of san francisco this morning announced new steps to keep pedestrians safer in what he calls one of the most walkable cities in the country. mayor ed lee spoke at the powell street prommy ned about wider sidewalks for pedestrians. the mayor -- promenade about wider sidewalks for pedestrians. officials are nine amizing a strategy to reduce pedestrian injuries. >> we have to do more. we can't be satisfied with what we've done before because we have the data that shows us more and more where the hot spots are all over the city. >> san francisco has added more continental crosswalks with wide horizontal lines and more school crossing guards. >>> president obama is threatening to veto a republican compromise plane aimed at avoiding the so-called fiscal cliff. he wants the increase to affect those making
at the airport. we begin with lorraine blanco. it's crazy windy out there. >> reporter: my hair is a huge mess. it's not raining anymore. but there is a high wind advisory in effect right now on the richmond san rafael bridge. this wild weather caused all kinds of problems for people here in the north bay. >> reporter: the damage looks bad but it could be worse. this massive 100-foot tree crashed into an inverness carport. this woman got the square of her life. >> i was standing underneath is over here. i feel grateful we are okay and alive. >> reporter: wild weather slammed the north bay. in petaluma, a power pole on g street could not stand up to heavy winds. the wet weather also makes it difficult for those who -- who have to drive and deliver all day. >> it's killing us. it has to be done. customers have to get to our boxes and people have to have their christmas presents. >> it's kind of annoying but it's okay, you know. it's not the worst problem in the world. >> reporter: mike, it's so windy out here. i have to plant my feet so i don't blow over on the richmond/ran ralph fell bridge. th
cars lots of people spent all or part of this day at work. ktvu's lorraine blanco spoke about how people made the best of working on the holidays. >> reporter: just as familied shared holiday kwaáult time many people worked to keep the streets tidy in union square. to show tourists the prettiest parts of the city. >> i rather be home but it's okay. >> and of course to save the day when needed. >> it kind of comes with the territory. it's part of the job. we have some off we have some that we work. >> reporter: at starbucks in oakland it's a revolving door for those who need a jolt. the barristas are busy. >> somebody has to do it i guess. i worked on christmas. sometimes you get time and a half. >> reporter: if you own a business no holiday pay but for jesse patel and her husband max next door at their liquor store it's not so bad. >> i guess i don't mind. we'll close early so we'll be home for dinner. >> at the turn around we met blue. who stays in while he works for his christmas dinner. >> merry christmas. >> reporter: the sftma say they are very slow except for the cable trai
at a home in san francisco's valley. lorraine blanco is there with the details on how this fire may have started, good morning, lorraine. >> reporter: good morning, dave, well you can see a burned pile of construction and that's where they think the fire started. at this point investigators are not calling it suspicious. they got a call on the multi- hundred block of sanchez street. firefighters do not think anybody was inside the home during the fire and they are not sure when construction workers were inside there last. >> we have no idea, right now it is under construction. we are not sure but we left a message to the responsible party and he has not gotten back to us yet. >> investigators say there was no evidence anybody was inside the garage trying to get warm last night. >> reporter: the cause of the single alarm fire is under investigation, lorraine blanco ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> and the latest round of violence in oakland has claimed the life of a grandmother. tara moriarty is in oakland and tells us the woman is believed to have been an innocent bystander, good morning
to the hospital. >>> also in overnight news fire torched the inside of a san pablo home. lorraine blanco is live at the scene on collin street with details on what may have led to this emergency. good morning, lorraine. >> reporter: good morning. it's barely a a.m. you -- it's barely 5:00 a.m. you can see a crew is hard at work here boarding up the door and windows. battalion chief on scene told us it looks like it could have started with improperly disguarded smoking material. when firefighters arrived around 2:00 a.m. they encountered a lot of smoke and flames coming from the living room here. they were able to get it taken care of quickly. there is extensive damage inside. >> although somebody does live here, they were not home at the time. they will be displaced. the property is unlivable right now. >> reporter: the baa tullian chief says they are not calling in arson investigator at this time and does not look suspicious. the good news is no one was injured in this early morning fire. reporting live in san pac row lorraine blanco. >> thank you. >>> it's 5:05. san francisco police have detai
channel 2 reporter lorraine blanco is live with the very latest on the police investigation into the fire that sent one person to the hospital. dramatic flames too. lorraine. >> reporter: yeah. those flames were dramatic. the owner of the building was out here this morning. he was surveying the damage. he says he's still in shock. we can see quite a mess here this morning. there is an insurance company out here. they will be boarding this up later today on the corner of claire street and railroad avenue. here's a look at the huge flames you were talking about. this is exclusive video you will only see on 2. that prompted the battalion chief to call two alarms just before 1:00 a.m.. a security guard was inside. he suffered smoke inhalation but expected to be okay this morning. neighbors credit firefighters for saving their neighborhood early this morning. >> there was flames shooting up the trees right here on the corner. and billowing out into the residential area. and it was pretty scary. pretty scary. >> reporter: so that worried you this morning. seeing that and knowing there were hous
about an apartment fire. let's go to lorraine blanco. how did it happen and how is it affecting the commute? >> reporter: i'm not sure if you can hear me because i can't hear you guys but i can tell you what i know so far. there is a ladder truck on broad street, 119 broad street, it is a three-story apartment building which caught fire this morning and there was some heavy smoke on the second floor when firefighters arrived. it is in the rear of this three- story apartment building. all people were evacuated and they are all okay but a firefighter was injured and it sounds like he suffered from smoke inhalation. he has non-life threatening injuries and we are told there are 20 fire companies out here. they got the fire under control about 15 minutes ago and the cause is under investigation this morning. down the road here on broad street, i'm not sure if you can see it, but there is a muni car and they have the evacuees down there and they have the heater going so they could stay warm while firefighters get these hot spots under control here. it sounds like for the most part th
crews are still at the scene of that big machine shop fire that happened yesterday. lorraine blanco is at cnh enterprises right now. firefighters are looking out for flairups out there. >> reporter: they are babysitting the smoke this morning. it's smoldering in the center of the building. that's what we are told this morning. you can see what is left is a gutted charred mess. these are the offices in the front of the building. management says they are working furiously to open a new location. it started in the warm springs company around 1:45 yesterday afternoon. the flames and smoke were so heavy and the chemicals inside the machine shop were so combustible firefighters had to battle it from the outside. all 80 or so employees got out safely but the building was destroyed. >> when you stop and think about something like this, it's like you know my personally my problems are trivial and i don't care about my problems. this is a whole big company that is really going to have issues. >> reporter: from hearing these employees you really get the feeling this was a good place to work. t
oakland neighborhood. it all began with an out of control car, lorraine blanco gives us a look at the damage, lorraine? >> reporter: i just got off the phone with a public information office area and pg&e crews have been able to restore power to all but a few customers. it has been a blackout since a nissan altima hit a power pole. they say it started when a driver crashed into a vehicle near sunkist and that driver kept on driving and crashed into another vehicle closer to where we are standing near the freeway. the altima snapped the freeway in half and knocked out power to 6800 customers. they are hoping that person will come forward this morning and they say there is at least one pole which needs to be replaced out here and several down on the roadway. it takes hours to replace the power pole and most will be without power for the morning of christmas. reporting live in oakland, lorraine blanco ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> a woman stabbed four people in alameda. ktvu channel 2 morning news' alex savage has more on where the crime happened hours ago. >> reporter: four pe
with ktvu's lorraine lorraine blanco live in napa. >> reporter: the flood warning runs through the night and so does the sandbag operation. city workers say residents have filled 40,000 tons of sand. near the napa river many spent is their saturday blocking openings in case the river overflows its bank. as for downtown, city leaders tell us napas a years long project is two-thirds complete and believe those measures will protect the area. >> we're looking at our modeling and our flood project improvements and we're anticipating that what we have done to protect the community from flooding will keep the river in its banks within the city based on the projections of rainfall amounts. >> reporter: city leaders and member of the flood district will meet torte. if it rains more than expected they will open a emergency center to send out help wherever needed live in napa, lorraine blanco, ktvu channel 2 news. >> the russian river is also creating avenuity for sonoma county residents where the river expected to get dangerously close to flood stage in the next few hours. ktvu's jade hernandez
's lorraine blanco is live. >> reporter: good evening. white hill will reopen tomorrow but it is a mess inside. look at my note pad, i dropped it and you can see how muddy it is. it might be months before students can return to a handful of rooms. >> reporter: you can hear and see what the weekend storm left behind in this classroom. a wet and smelly mess. >> it is very strange. i came ready with gloves and boots. >> reporter: school is closed today as workers pressure wash floors and rip out carpet and they will replace base boards and open the walls to look for hidden moisture. >> due to the amount of mud that came through after we assessed assessed the damage we knew it wouldn't be safe to have students on campus. >> reporter: this is where the water is supposed to drain. around the corner from the campus. but it clogged it, sending water and mud into the store. >> frustrating. i am in shock still and trying to adapt. >> reporter: four teachers packed up. >> reporter: while a clean up crew boxed items for storage and moved stuff to the new learning space. >> i am packing up what we will nee
saying it is driving away customers. ktvu's lorraine blanco has more. >> reporter: we have been hearing about break ins around this area but we didn't expect one to happen while we were shooting. you can see the left over broken glass here. police say this is a hot spot for theft. >> the window was broken. laptop is gone. pg&e property, they can't get in it. >> reporter: police installed a digit sign warning people this is a high break in area. but these pg&e employees didn't expect thieves to strike during their lunch break. >> people are constantly coming in. it will be hard for nobody to notice. >> morning, night. doesn't matter. i walk through, you know, and glass busted all on the ground. >> reporter: it was evidence to -- it was easy to find evidence of previous car break ins. >> reporter: [ inaudible question ] >> yep. >> reporter: police tell us they saw an increase during the summer. >> well traveled area. 880s runs through -- 880 runs through oakland, holiday travelers. >> reporter: neighbors are not surprised that it keeps happening. >> hard for them to make them understand t
a firefighter has been taken to the hospital after a fire. lorraine blanco is live on broad street with the information on the firefighter's condition and how muni service is being affected. >> reporter: good morning, tori. i can first tell you that an arson investigator is on scene right now trying to determine the cause of this fire. firefighters say it started in a second-floor unit of this apartment building. you can't tell from the outside but according to the assistant fire chief he just told me there's quite extensive damage inside a rear unit. let's take a look at some video from newschopper2. firefighters got the call about 5:30 this morning to 119 broad street. more than a dozen residents and eight units got out safely. but one san francisco firefighter, he was treated for smoke inhalation. he was transported to the hospital but it looks like he will be okay. >> the company began to do a search, checking for fire extension. during that time, i had a firefighter exit the building suffering from smokes inhalation. he's been transpored to -- transported to kaiser for evaluat
will meet today to discuss what happens next. lorraine blanco is at the plant as a company tries to rebuild. good morning, lorraine. >> reporter: gone. this morning you can still see and smell the smoke coming from the top of this builds this morning. if you take a look behind me a metal fan surrounds pnh. it started around 1:45 yesterday afternoon. the flames and smoke were so heavy and the chemicals inside this machine shop were so combustible firefighters had to battle it from the outside. the good news no one was hurt. all employees got out safely. management will meet to try to figure how to move forward. >> every month they take us out to breakfast, lunch, or pizza. it was a great company. >> reporter: the director of operations at this family owned business tells us they hope to get their employees back to work asap. they have a good insurance policy and will discuss how they will set up new machinery. the cause of the fire is under investigation this morning. >>> pg&e is now checking more than 1500 pieces of under ground electrical equipment because of inspections that may have neve
channel 2 reporter lorraine blanco is live in san rafael. you got the umbrella up there. so i guess it's raining, lorraine. >> reporter: good morning, tori. you are exactly right. we were in richmond a few minutes ago. we crossed the bring and we're over in san rafael right now, the rain is coming down pretty well out here. you can see the wind is blowing quite a lot as well. if you take a look at that flag behind me, you can it's waving pretty seriously in the wind out here and, you know, if you take a look on the ground, there's some puddling on the roadways right now. the roads with slick. you will want to give yourself extra time. there's also a wind advisory in effect right now on the bay bridge. another reason to give yourself some extra time. also slow down if you are in a high-profile vehicle like our live van. there's people walking out here. they don't have umbrellas. it's not pouring rain. but there are rain coming down and it has been picking up. so you can imagine that it's gonna be getting a little crazier out here pretty soon. we'll keep an eye on it of course and bring
they will be back and quickly resume operations. ktvu lorraine blanco is right outside cnh enterprises. i know dozens of employees want to know if they will still have a job lorraine. >> reporter: yeah they do want to know that this morning. and management will meet to try to figure out how they will move forward. right now a fire crew is on scene here. you can still see smoke coming out of cnh. it's difficult to make out that smoke in the dark but you can definitely smell it it here. the three alarm fire started around 1:45 yesterday afternoon. the flames and smoke were so heavy and the chemicals inside that machine shop were so combustible firefighters had to battle it from the outside. all 80 or so she employees got out safely but the building was destroyed. management will meet to figure out how to go forward and at this point the director of operations tells us employees are the top priority. >> we just need to work with the insurance company find a place we can either temporarily get set up or permanently and start bringing new machines in. >> reporter: he estimates millions of dollars i
. live in san mateo lore rang belong co. ktvu news. >>> -- lorraine blanco. >> ccf needs 30,000 full time students to get full state funding. it had 32,600 last year and will fall short again this year. that could mean less funding. possibly resulting in fewer class offerings and layoffs. >> although enrollment is low, it has a lot to do with the idea of when people here, they automatically think they are going to go some place else. as faculty, we are trying to get the word out that school is still open. >> enrollment is part of the problem. they are facing a march 15th deadline as well to show it made the changes required to keep its accreditation. >>> we are learning new details about a story at 4:30. oakland police say eight people are in custody after they served search warrants overnight. they were taken into custody for various offenses including illegal firearm possession and rifle and handgun were also seized. >>> a christian youth group was left scrambling after becoming crime victims on the trip to fort lauderdale, florida. they arrived for a youth conference. they stopped
milpitas. >>> not everyone is enjoying christmas home for christmas and the holidays. lorraine blanco is showing us those people who are working tonight. >> reporter: yes, you and i both are working today. in the heart of san francisco, families skate into their families armed basking in the way of christmas fun. but just as families share holiday quality time many people work. to keep the streets tidy in union square, to show tourists the prettiest parts of the city. >> i would rather be home but it's okay. >> reporter: and of course to save the day when needed. >> it comes as part of the territory. it's part of the job. >> reporter: at starbucks it's a reinvolving door for those who need a jolt. >> vanilla bean frapuccino. >> reporter: the baristas are finished. >> somebody has to do it i guess. i've worked on christmas and sometimes you get time and half. >> reporter: if you own a business no extra pay. but for max and tammy it's another day. >> it's not so bad. we'll be home by dinner time. >> i have to eat just like everybody else. merry christmas. >> reporter: they are pretty s
incase of the flooding but they closed it. >> to ktvu's lorraine blanco who is live in san francisco where the power has been out for most of the day in the sunset district. >> reporter: right now dozens of people are without power. pg&e crews hard at work trying to restore power. for crews across the bay area, the wild weather left quite a mess. >> reporter: heavy saturation toppled this pine tree today. blocking two lanes and blocking up computers in daily city. firefighters helping the chp. no one was hurt but it has been a while. >> our crews have been working all night. calls been very busy. 30 minutes sleep last night. very busy. >> reporter: in san francisco heavy winds and rain snapped this power pole before sun rise in the sunset district. >> when it happened there were tons of sparks and lightning. >> reporter: at one point 8400 customers lost power here. pg&e said they have been working all day to repair. >> the stuff in the freezer might be going. i missed the football game. not too bad. >> reporter: they agree. although the creek is high, it is fun to play in the puddle.
lorraine blanco is at the scene to tell us what we know about this and the damage that was caused. >> reporter: dave, i just spoke with the business owner here and he says he is of course still in shock this morning. he declined to comment on camera. you can see behind me the insurance company is out here right now and they are here to secure the premises. there is not much left of his company. here's a look at the huge flames just after midnight. this is exclusive video row you will only sease on 2. the fire started in the vehicle and spread to a nearby building. that romed the baa to -- that prompted the battalion chief to call two alarm. a security guard was inside but he is okay. >> the victim was a middle-aged male. the fire was caused by a stolen truck. >> reporter: we also notice security cameras out here. no doubt they will be looking at that. the telephone and computer networking company is a total loss. investigators are still looking for the person or people who stole the car and set the fire this morning. reporting live in oakland lorraine blanco. >>> we have new video
are reporting live at the toll plaza on the richmond san rafael bridge lorraine blanco ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. and those winds and the rain coming in means you better pack your patience if you will be flying out of sfo or waiting to pick someone up there. allie rasmus is live with new information on some delays as thousands of passengers are trying to get away for the holidays. >> reporter: that is right this is one of the peak travel days for sfo with 130,000 people expected to pass through this airport. this is a long line for people waiting to check their luggage outside the virgin american check out counter. the delays and cancellations we are learning about may not effect most of the people you see here. if you're onlying to the airport later today, keep in mind you may have some delays to deal with. let's show you the inside of the airport with the security line. it's very busy this morning. because of expected weather and a low ceiling, the faa says it has put the traffic management program inin effect for sfo. that means starting at 9:00, this airport won't be able to us
at 7:30, lorraine blanco has reaction from the owner of the business, plus information on the damage from the fire. >>> 7:03. in less than two hours, at 8:45, this morning, president obama will announce a white house effort against gun violence. the president is putting vice president joe biden in charge of it. now, when the president flew to newtown, connecticut after the school shooting, he promised he would do what he could to keep it from happening again. now, ktvu will carry the president's announcement live right here on channel 2 so stay tuned. again, that's scheduled for 8:45 this morning. >>> it happening right now in washington, california senator bar bau broxer has called a news conference. this -- barbara boxer has called a news conference. she will be talking about new legislation she will be introducing to toughen security at schools. we're watching it live. this is where it will happen. ktvu will monitor it and we'll let you know what she has to say when she says it. >>> more funerals are planned today for victims of the connecticut schoal scooting. so far, the -- scho
of san francisco. ktvu channel 2 reporter lorraine blanco joins us now to explain what is effecting school funding. lorraine. >>> good morning. 34,000 is the magic number for city college of san francisco to keep all of its state fund examining that is how many full- time students they have to enroll here. they expect to fall short again. last year the school enrolled 32,600 students. and it was put on probation. they expect the same cut of numbers this time around and because it's a second year in a row the state could fund the college at a lower rate next fiscal year. that could result in less course offerings and even layoffs here. this issue was one of several problems ccsf is facing right now. on march 15th it has to submit a report saying it has made the necessary structural and fiscal changes to stay open. one of the big positives for the school though is last month voters passed proposition a a parcel tax that provides revenue to ccsf. they are looking forward to $16 million a year for the next eight years here that should help with some of the financial problems. reporting
reporter lorraine blanco has information on a new threat to the school's funding and how it could effect the college's fight to keep its accreditation. >>> pam administrators here at city college of san francisco say it's not on pace to enroll 34,000 full-time students here and that is how many students they need to keep full state funding. last year they enrolled 32,600 full-time students and it was put on probation. administrators expect to fall thousands short this school year and the second year in a row so the state could fund the college at a lower rate next fiscal year. that is likely to result in less course offerings for students and layoffs here. this issue is one of several problems ccsf is facing. a big deadline looms for the school to keep its accreditation. on march 15th it has to submit a report saying it has made the fiscal and structural changes to stay open here. on a positive note last month voters passed proposition a to provide revenue for this college. the school will get $16 million a year for the next eight years and that will help with some of the financial probl
, lorraine blanco, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> right now a public hearing is underway in continue cost county on a plan to shut down four fire stations. the county board is expected to vote tonight on whether to close stations. the debate comes one month after voters rejected a new parcel tax to fund the county central fire district. elected officials from the affected cities want the supervisors to save their fire houses but the county fire chief says he's already cut firefighter pay and there's no other option. >> coming to a fiscal crisis where our reserve funds have been exhausted. >> under the fire chief's proposal, the stations would shut down in early january. the closures would save about 3 million tlr a year. >>> the chief of police in fremont has announced he's retiring after more than four decades in law enforcement. he join it had fremont department as deputy chief back in 1986. he became chief in 1992. prior to that he served as pied minute's police chief. fremont police captain will be taking over as interim chief december 31st. >>> a hayward mother says she thinks someone tried
and an investigation has begun. >>> san francisco city college may have a new financial crisis. >>> lorraine blanco is live with new information on what may be threatening funding for the school. >> reporter: we talked with veteran. and the college needs to enroll 34,000 students to keep the funding. last year, the school enrolled 32,600 students and it was put on probation. administrators expect to fall thousands short this school year. it's the second year in a row. the state could fund the college at a lower rate next year. that's likely to result in courses being offered and layoffs. >> we need the courses and the classes, taking these -- we need to take these extracurricular classes. there's sol things that i want to do -- some things that i want to do and if they cut the funding, i wrote be able to say. >> reporter: he says he wants -- i won't be able to take them. >> reporter: he says he wants to stay here. a big deadline looms for the school to keep its accreditation. >>> 7:33. california stem cell agency -- a california stem cell agency is being criticized for the way their grant is awarde
. in lafayette, lorraine blanco. >>> now to daly city where officials say they're ready to spend money for the repairs of a sink hole. >>> there's late word tonight that robby shankar has died. he is the late guitar players that is credited for bringing indian music to the world. he met the beatles george harrison in 1956. it was harrison who labeled shankar the king of music. shankar died in san diego, he was 92 years old. >>> a crab compromise. >> it's all about the price. >> how much fresh crab will cost and how soon you can expect it on the the table. >> plus growing marijuana in the backyard. the change one bay area city wants to make to regulate it. >> in 90 seconds, a complicated crime scene. >> we've never had anything like this. >> what first responders thought they were dealing with when they found a body in a bay area neighborhood. n >>> new details now on the latest homicide in san jose. tonight police are still trying to piece together what happened. matt keller is live now in san jose where the details just keep changing, matt. >> reporter: julie, the last of the police c
for emergency funding from the state. in lafayette, lorraine blanco. >>> now to daly city where officials say they're ready to spend money for the repairs of a sink hole. >>> there's late word tonight that robby shankar has died. he is the late guitar players that is credited for bringing indian music to the world. he met the beatles george harrison in 1956. it was harrison who labeled shankar the king of music. shankar died in san diego, he was 92 years old. >>> a crab compromise. >> it's all about the price. >> how much fresh crab will cost and how soon you can expect it on the the table. >> plus growing marijuana in the backyard. the change one bay area city wants to make to regulate it. >>> new details now on the latest homicide in san jose. tonight police are still trying to piece together what happened. matt keller is live now in san jose where the details just keep changing, matt. >> reporter: julie, the last of the police cars here on fair haven drive left in just the past hour. as officers investigate a homicide in what one neighbor told me used to be the safe zip code in san jose. t
midnight tonight. lorraine blanco. >>> charles during has died. he won a tony award, and earned two oscar nominations as well as an actor's achievement award. >>> he is wanted for questioning in belice where john mcafee is >>> as the rain continues tonight, east palo alto residents are seeing a newly renovated levee -- >> reporter: despite the rain, san fransiscito rushed today. >> hopefully it'll be bring a will the of freshness to the valley. take out the dirty and bring the new for the new year. >> reporter: marin county gets 3/4 of its drinking water from rainfall so for many this is worth the bother. >> it's wonderful to have the rain for the plants for everything. >> reporter: we found people doing truly last minute shoppers, dodging the showers. >> i don't like the rain, i don't think so but maybe other people like it, yes. >> i have a restaurant close to the napa river so we're always on a flood watch up there. >> reporter: this christmas day brought crowds to the golden gate bridge. >> you can come to san francisco, you expect good weather and you came to the golden gate, that's
valuables out of sight and take them out of your car whenever possible. lorraine blanco,. >>> showers are back in your bay area forecast. i'll tell you when and where to expect them tomorrow. >> a trail of destruction. >> after i heard sirens i heard the crash. >> ♪ [ female announcer ] no more paper coupons. no more paper lists. [ dog barking ] ♪ no more paper anything. safeway presents just for u. ♪ save more. save easier. saving more, starts now. just for u on the safeway app. >>> new video tonight of a dramatic crash in eastern contra costa county. sheriff deputies were chasing a suspect in bay point when his car crashed into a street sign, a fence, a car and then went airborne. the car landed between a telephone pole and a tree, the man ran off. >> after i heard the sirens i heard the crash. i came out to see what was going on. the police were already here because they were chasing him. >> another resident was taken to the hospital after she reportedly fainted. the suspect remains on the run. police say they were responding to a domestic violence call when the suspect led t
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